HIX

AcronymDefinition
HIXHealth Insurance Exchange
HIXHollosi Information EXchange
HIXHeterogeneous Information Exchange
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Hix has more than 35 years of experience and will be responsible for generating loans and managing relationships for business clients throughout the area.
But American expat Amy Hix knows what it takes to bring someone back from the brink.
But the new project hopes to be more than just a traditional co-working space, with a uniqueness that Hix said would be the key to drawing in clients.
Plated was founded five years ago by Hix and Nick Taranto.
In our previous study, we have presented the synthesis of a new HIX containing CuO dispersed within the matrix of a strongly alkaline macroreticular anion exchanger (An) which was used as the polymeric support [8].
Hix scored goals in the 13th, 45th and 51st minutes to earn the hat trick.
<BRight, Olives & Dips Collection, featuring the Halmstad table and sideboard and Hix dining chairs.
The list was chosen by worldrenowned chefs Nuno Mendes, of Chiltern Firehouse, Mark Hix of Hix, Ollie Dabbous of Dabbous, Angela Hartnett of Murano and Where Chefs Eat author and critic Joe Warwick.
The government has set up the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) public health insurance exchange (HIX) system.
e rm will set up a temporary outpost of its restaurant e Fountain inside the estate's Orangery providing popular dishes Welsh rarebit, scrambling prawns, "Oeufs Drumkilbo" and cream teas, and in the evenings chef Mark Hix will move into the kitchen.
Hix have brought twenty-first-century readers a remarkable gift with their selection and bilingual presentation of Estonian poet Juhan Lily's work.
Simon Hix, co-founder of VoteWatch, explains that the Socialists' scores were at an all-time low in 2009, with particularly dire results in Germany, France and the UK.